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Current Public Policy and Leadership News
Greenspun College of Urban Affairs Alumna of the Year Caitlin Saladino helps provide significant insights into the Mountain West for researchers, policymakers, and the public alike.
A collection of news stories highlighting community and perseverance at UNLV.
Brookings Mountain West and Lincy Institute's Caitlin Saladino's work helping fuel undergraduate research earns her UNLV's Top Tier Award.
A collection of news stories highlighting remembrance and improvement at UNLV.
Lang was a powerful advocate for UNLV and the role of higher education in helping Southern Nevada thrive.
A collection of news stories highlighting celebration, health, and progress at UNLV.
Public Policy and Leadership In The News
The math didn’t add up for Richard Luciano.
This week, Nevada’s public colleges and universities are hustling and bustling once again after the last three semesters were moved to online learning because of the global pandemic.
Nevada nonprofits say they have stabilized after a difficult year in terms of finances, changes in operations and service delivery, according to a UNLV report released this month.
Nonprofits in Nevada say they have stabilized after a rocky year of finances, changes to operations and service delivery, according to a report from UNLV released this month.
Southern Nevada colleges and universities are switching more in-person classes to a remote format for the fall semester amid high COVID-19 metrics, frustrating some students who were counting on a nearly full return to campus.
When the Las Vegas Valley experiences blazing hot summer temperatures, one community in particular — east Las Vegas — swelters more than other neighborhoods because of urban heat island effects.